Looking back through my stream, this is the first dusk that jumped out at me. Happy Photo Friday all!
We’re all sick here in River City today-David came down with a bad cold and it appears to be spreading. I’ve been in bed all day, mostly sneezing, aching, and wishing I were someplace warm. The voice is shot but, luckily, I can still type. I had plans to work on and possibly finish the book this weekend-don’t know how that’s going to pan out, what with the cold and all. The last thing I want to be doing right now is editing hundreds of photos, believe me. (I do believe, however, this is one that’s already in the book. If not this one, then one quite like it.)
Lucky for me, I did somehow manage to stock up on tomato soup. I have this great authentic tomato cream soup from Tuscany (by way of H-E-B) that’s just to die for. I imagine it would be quite good if I could taste it, but it’s been quite nice and warming in this, my cold and flu hour of the winter.
My contest is still running, don’t forget to enter if you have not already. All I can say is that the calendar came out fantastic. It’s a real treat for the eyes and a piece of work, that thing is. I am such a fan of Apple’s iPhoto calendars it’s not even funny but this one? This really tops all that I have done in so many ways. The cars just look fantastic.
Time to crawl back into bed and try to catch some Doctor Who or maybe a stray episode of Top Gear on TV tonight. Here’s hoping something decent is on, so I’ve some visuals to accompany my sneezing fits. I feel as if I’ve come full circle-the first time I saw Top Gear, I was stuck in bed with the flu and now, here I am again. Hmm. Almost makes one wonder if one could possibly be allergic to such shenanigans?
Until next time…
Hope you feel better soon. I got the cold too but the good thing is that if you take meds and rest, you’ll recover in a couple of days.
Who is David?
Thanks, Scriber’s. Yes, the cold doesn’t seem to be moving along. Feels like I’ve been sick for days now. Maybe it’ll start to pass now though.